POSITION SUMMARY: (position includes but is not limited to the following):
Position serves primarily as the Health Educator for the Elbowoods Memorial Health Center and 5 field locations.
Job Summary (position includes, but is not limited to the following):
Plans, implements, and evaluates public health education program.
Mobilizes collaborations with individuals and community programs to provide for improved health promotion / disease prevention processes and outcomes.
Supports special health projects in the school systems.
Supports education activities for patient centered health care.
Collects and analyzes data for evaluation of program problems; education processes; and outcomes.
Responsible for relevant staff training and organization education (e.g. - staff lunch & learns; guest speakers, new healthcare initiatives)
Formation and maintenance of local as well as state / regional organization collaborations.
Chairs HP/DP committee
Responsible for updates on new/current trends in healthcare.
Integrates education encounter data and requested query outputs.
Assists in planning for GPRA, Immunization, and DM audit encounter data and reporting.
Other clinical system reporting as assigned
Represents EMHC in a highly professional manner.
Establishes positive communications with all departments of EMHC to assure stable operations.
Demonstrates respect and understanding of confidentiality for patients, staff and others according to policy and HIPAA regulation.
Maintain required reporting as assigned.
Participates in EMHC staff meetings, assigned committees, community events, and other meetings as instructed or deemed necessary.
Actively strives to educate the community on the mission, vision and values of EMHC in a positive approach to assist in the growth of the organization and assist our community in its healthcare needs.
Adheres to the Mission, Vision, and Values of the Elbowoods Memorial Health Centers.
And other duties as assigned.
The work requires regular and recurrent standing to perform tests, walking between the different sections of the facilities, and reaching and bending to obtain supplies and operate systems. Position requires driving between clinics in all weather conditions.
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION
- Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Health field, REQUIRED. Must submit copy of degree or transcripts with application.
- Knowledge of various clinical systems, walk-ins and appointments to avoid unnecessary delay and/or confusion on the part of the patient.
- Knowledge of the various services offered by each clinic and forms used
- Knowledge of Privacy Act of 1974 and the use of confidential information and health records as an integral part of the interviewing office function and the privacy of individuals which must be protected to the fullest extent possible.
Knowledge of and ability to use typing keyboard.
Maintain hard copy and electronic filing system, PREFERRED.
Knowledge of principles and practices of organization, planning, records management, and general administration.
Operate standard office equipment.
Familiarity with American Plains Indian culture, values, and traditions, HELPFUL.
Must be responsible, dependable, and able to maintain confidentiality of information.
- Must have a valid N.D. driver’s license in good standing and must supply driver’s license abstract from the Department of Motor Vehicle.
- Will need to have an acceptable motor vehicle record. A copy of driver’s license and verification of driver’s record from the North Dakota Department of Motor Vehicle, REQUIRED.
Must submit to clear Criminal Records Background Check.
Must submit to an Alcohol/Drug Screen and random testing as per policy.
Indian Preference will apply. Must submit documentation with application
to qualify for Indian Preference.
Veterans Preference will apply. Must submit documentation with
application to qualify for Indian Preference.
This full service clinic not only offers preventive and therapeutic health services, but will also add to the growth and strength of the community and enhance the quality of life for the residents of Fort Berthold Reservation.
Elbowoods Memorial Health Center
Why Work Here?Elbowoods Memorial Health Center. Opened in October 2011, this state-of-the-art health care facility has long been promoted by the Three Affiliated Tribes as fulfillment of promises made during the flooding of Garrison Dam in the 1950s. This full service clinic not only offers preventive and therapeutic health services, but will also add to the growth and strength of the community and enhance the quality of life for the residents of Fort Berthold Reservation.
The Elbowoods Memorial Health Center Team is a dedicated group of medical and administrative professionals.
New Town, ND